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About SeaScape Sailing
SeaScape Sailing has been running sailing adventures in Greece, Turkey & Thailand for the past 20yrs. It's a hands-on, get-involved experience - sailing skills welcome but not necessary, just pack a sense of fun and adventure!Our yachts range from 49'-55'; in Greece & Turkey, they are mono-hulls and in Thailand, a 55' catamaran.We offer both crewed charters and "shareboats"; our mostly singles trips are especially great for solo travellers.There are no "surprise extras" on our trips; everything on board is included - even open bar!
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Journeygirl50 wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia29 contributions11 helpful votes
We have sailed 3 times with Seascape. Twice for a week in Thailand and once for 2 weeks in the Dodecanese and Turkish coast. Greece was our first trip and we enjoyed it so much we did the other two in Thailand,. We sailed in Thailand because its easier from Oz but we intend to do another trip in Greece at some stage. Comparing Seascape to a sailing experience we had last year in Croatia, chalk and cheese. These guys hav, in my opinion, the perfect formula. They engage with all their guests, and are a direct and significant part of the experience, its not just a job for them. They are passionate and extremely capable sailors, we experienced a typhoon in Thailand and they were up all night monitoring the situation, their safety ethics were extraordinary and we felt safe in their hands. They are also good cooks except in Thailand where they provide THE best cook for the trip, her name is Nui. They are also really good company, Rays jokes are to be experienced. How much you engage with the sailing is entirely up to you, but you couldn't get better teachers. You can just sit back and relax, or get really hands on. There is no pressure. The yachts are extremely comfortable, And we have been on all 3. They are clean and well maintained. Ray is an excellent engineer so if something does go wrong, he's your man. The programs they work out, visiting lesser know and off the beaten track places are great. We have very fond memories of all 3 trips and will sail with them again.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Gary W wrote a review Nov 2019
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I have been sailing with Seascape for over 15 years. The trips are all inclusive, super friendly and good for novice and experienced sailors alike. You will visit all manner of different locations, eat excellent food and make new friends. And if I’m onboard, you will play poker lol. Enrol now!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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John C wrote a review Oct 2019
Marblehead, Massachusetts404 contributions77 helpful votes
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I booked with SeaScape Sailing seeking to relive a bare boat charter experience in Greece done forty years ago with friends. SeaScape's website was very specific about the experience being offered, and it sounded exactly like what I was looking for. There is a lot of information on the website that sets out accurately and fairly in advance exactly the experience to be expected. The TripAdvisor reviews confirmed that the cruises people had taken lived up to the descriptions on the website. Our own experience fully confirmed the validity of all of the glowing reviews these trips had received. My wife and I and another couple, long time friends, took a week long September cruise in the Dodecanese along with two other customers. Our Captain was Ray, and the first mate was his daughter, Katie. From the first meeting on Leros to a last beachfront farewell dinner a week later, the experience was simply great. Ray really knew his boat, really knew the sailing waters, and really knew the ports and their sights and tavernas. He was extremely conscientious on a day to day and hour to hour basis in laying out for us the best available options for each day's activities. I'll just set out a few of our highlights. . The first day brought extremely strong winds. Ray laid out the sailing options, reassured us as to the boat's capabilities; a few hours sail brought us in to a great little sheltered cove on Kalymnos, with just a very few houses, a couple of tavernas, and goats looking down on us from the surrounding hills. The folks at the taverna knew Ray well and gave us a wonderful open air dinner looking down at the moorings. A great start to the trip, and exactly the type of harbor side taverna I remembered from forty years prior. A favorite island stop was Patmos, an experience that started with a spectacular mooring job, getting our stern secured to a space on the quay that was only a couple of yards wide. Once Ray somehow pulled this feat off, he had great suggestions as to how to explore Patmos by car the first afternoon, and then guided us in exploring the ("Revelations") Cave and the Monastery area. Still another favorite was our stop at the tiny island of Marathi, where we watched the sunset from an old deserted village on a hill, before heading to yet another great taverna dinner, with yet another classic Greek Islands view over the bay. The week was filled with comparable treats. It was a fantastic experience.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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NCmelb wrote a review Sep 2019
Melbourne, Australia7 contributions
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We were a group of three friends sailing on the Artemis around the Dodecanese Islands with Diane as our skipper and a couple we had just met - by the end of day one we were all friends for life! What an experience - to be able to get up to watch the sunrise, go for a swim in the ocean before breakfast (and again after breakfast). When we are ready, we set sail for our next destination, enjoy a wonderful lunch prepared by Diane (trade off is that we have to clean up - small price to pay if you ask me!). We also loved being able to have a hands on experience with the sailing (as best we could as novices) in working the sails and helping around the yacht. In the evening we take the dinghy over to the other group on the Angelina for happy hour before heading to shore to have an amazing dinner in a small taverna. I wish I could do it all again tomorrow! So much fun, lots of laughs, so many amazing memories and some lifelong friends made in the process! Highly recommended!!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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JulieA-NZ wrote a review Sep 2019
Auckland Central, New Zealand27 contributions3 helpful votes
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My friend and I were travelling around Europe for 2 months and really wanted to have a Greek Island sailing trip. A friend had done one 5 years and totally recommended it, so a quick check on TripAdvisor and we were booked. From the moment we stepped on board we were laughing with our captain Ray (nicknamed 2% for the validity of his stories). And the way he repeated back our lovely NZ accent. Plus the other boat captained by Diane with a mainly Aussie contingent. Friendly competition was on!! We saw so many idyllic places tucked away from the main centres, all with tavernas. Also had a couple of very tasty meals cooked on board. You could get as involved as you wanted to with the sailing except when we birthed at a marina and then all hands needed! It was a great group of people and we’re still in touch. Thanks for a lovely experience Ray and Diane
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Date of experience: August 2019
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